I received my master’s degree from KAIST in Bio Imaging & Signal Processing in 2011 and my advisor was Dr. Jongchul Ye. My research interest was to explore brain activities with functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) via changes in the degree of hemoglobin oxygenation through the intact skull. General linear models and statistical inference were applied to analyze fNIRS signals. After graduation, I worked at Shanghai United Imaging as an algorithms engineer for more than two years. I developed algorithms to process medical images like CT, MRI, X-ray and PET. The projects included segmentation of lung lobe, computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) of mammograpy, CAD of MR breast, clinical trials of MR and CT workstations, and so on.
In my free time, I do Zumba and Yoga.